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Weird B. September 6, 2022
I made several different dukkah before and this is my favourite. I followed the recipe precisely except that I used 1 tablespoon of coriander seeds. This goes with pretty much anything!
Elyse M. December 3, 2018
I just made this for the Food52 Holiday Swap! It is DELISH. I didn't have enough sesame seeds on hand, so I also toasted and ground up some fennel seeds with the coriander. Highly recommend to double the recipe so you don't end up eating at the Dukkah before you have a chance to sprinkle it on anything.
Emazingrace October 19, 2017
Thank you so much for sharing this great recipe. I made this for the first time a few months ago and LOVED it! I now make it once a month. I sprinkle it (ok pour) on toasted sourdough bread with cream cheese....yum!
Rivka March 5, 2015
Shoveling by the spoonful is exactly what I did with this. I saved a little to sprinkle on my coconut rice and lentils, but let's face it - next time, I'll be making a double batch. Such a winner.
Alicefive February 9, 2015
I sprinkled it on uncooked flatbreads that I had brushed with oil. The first time I attempted it the topping burnt. So I lowered the oven temperature slightly and it was perfect. We inhaled these!
EmilyC November 20, 2014
Congrats! I love the idea of adding coconut to dukkah. Look forward to trying this soon!
augustabeth November 13, 2014
LOVE this! So yummy mixed with panko on salmon. My kids both said, separately, "delicious!".
Bevi October 31, 2014
Sounds delicious, and love the idea of using as a crusted coating for fish and chicken.
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